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Synonyms for objectify

to represent (an abstraction, for example) in or as if in bodily form

Synonyms for objectify

make external or objective, or give reality to

make impersonal or present as an object

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Rather, it's about recognising that we all live in a deeply exploitative and unequal capitalist society where we are each, grid girl or not, objectified by work and reduced to our ability to perform its tasks.
Several users even referred to women being objectified in "Titanic" and "True Lies," which was also directed by the "Avatar" director.
My personal experience has been to work on phenomenal jobs in which the men are objectified as much as the women.
GAME Of Thrones star Natalie Dormer (above) says men are objectified as much as women in the world of showbiz - and pointed to Aidan Turner's Poldark as an example.
In a country where women are objectified wherever they go--one in every three Israeli women suffered or will suffer from sexual harassment in her life, according to the Public Security Ministry--but are often afraid to talk about it, one could make the case that these girls were being subversive.
It's been said women are constantly objectified in the media .
In this case I was being objectified as the identified patient while at the same time I was unconsciously seeking out this identification--or more accurately the attention that accompanies it.
The Indian National Commission for Women (NCW) described the ad as obscene and said it objectified nurses.
Women are often objectified, and by publishing this cover you joined ranks with those who dehumanize women.
The building in question is neither a clever container, nor a beautifully made dumb box, nor a new civic icon predictably objectified and composed to provoke the so-called Bilbao effect .
And three mirrors--Mirror, 1971, a vertical with an X-cutting across it, and two dark-star-shaped, Star and Star (white), both from 1983--seemed to echo vanity's mechanism, a camera and its objectified vanishing point.
Additional examples of the objectified violent nature of heterosexual intercourse pervade the lyrics of other rap artists: (14)
Feminist, postmodern, and cultural studies theorists have long argued that from the beginning of modern capitalist, consumerist cultures in the late nineteenth century, women have been spectacles of objectified desire.
Based on everything she's stated in the past, it would have to be a cold day in Hollywood when she'd even think about putting all her journalistic ethics at risk and allow herself to be objectified by the most read men's magazine in the free world.
In travel writing, he explains, the observer is always there in the narrative voice, and though often objectified, represents some form of motivated perception in which aesthetic, moral, or political judgments are applied to the observation of buildings, scenery, peoples, or complex tableaux.